The IS200TRTDH1C is a Mark Vi terminal board. This board is terminated with external I/O. This is mostly used with GE Speedtronic Mark VI series. In addition, the Mark VI is a flexible platform for multiple applications. It also provides high-speed networked I/O for simplex, dual, and triple-redundant systems.
IS200TRTDH1C is a multilayer PCB populated with SMD components and connectors. One part of the termination block is a removable connector. TRTD terminal boards are available in different revisions.
IS200TRTDH1C board is very reliable and so less prone to damage. But the improper handling and poor storage can affect the functionality of the card. So that we recommend keeping the cards in static sensitive storage boxes in recommended conditions.
If you experience any issue with IS200TRTDH1C, we can quickly test, diagnose and fix it. Expedite repair option is available for IS200TRTDH1C. The cards are repaired using proper tools and experts in a controlled environment. All the parts needed for repairing IS200TRTDH1C are in our stock. We also ensure that the replacement components are industrial grade and meet or exceed OEM standards. FVT tested all repairs and comes with a warranty.
Proper refurbishing of the IS200TRTDH1C circuit board can increase its longevity.
The refurbishing process includes,
Replacing all aging and commonly failing components.
Applying TIL modification if there is any.
Reflowing solder to eliminate dry solder.
Thorough Industrial standard cleaning of the card.
Applying a protective coating, etc.
Functional Verification Test
We carry out the FUNCTIONAL VERIFICATION TEST of IS200TRTDH1C in an actual OEM system setup. Because of using the OEM system, we can assure 100% reliability. Like any other card, all inputs and outputs will be individually verified for their functionality. So every channel is individually verified. Depending on the board, we do load testing to ensure the proper stability of the board.
Circuit Board Handling.
IS200TRTDH1C is a static-sensitive board like the VME boards.
We recommend minimizing hands-on contact with PCB, especially in the conducting area. If you need to hold them directly, hold them on their edges. Always wear antistatic gloves. These units need to handle with proper ESD safety precautions.